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a frequently visited place

Synonyms for hangout

a frequently visited place

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One of their favourite hang-outs is the Ivy in Covent Garden.
One of the most fashionable hang-outs in Kigali, with its coffee shop, table football and modern decor, it is seen as a key part of Rwanda's IT development.
Everyone now knows that one of the main hang-outs of our political mafia is at AKEL.
The source added that former footballer and West both love Paris and have been talking about their favourite restaurants and hang-outs.
David and Kanye both love Paris and have been talking about the best restaurants and hang-outs.
A lot of the normal hang-outs are too crowded and overpriced during the Fringe.
The shop is also a frequent spot for first dates, brief business meetings and friendly hang-outs.
The original founders were joined by Hollywood icon Susan Sarandon and entrepreneur Andrew Gordon with the result that the SPiN clubs have become popular celebrity hang-outs.
uk tell tales of celebrity hang-outs, whisky drinking and drunken bravado and are dripping with celebrity anecdotes from this, her fifth visit to the festival.
The performances will be held at different restaurants, clubs and hang-outs around Goa all under the banner of the Goa Music Festival.
retail life, affordable gourmet hang-outs, pulsating service-oriented businesses as well as playgrounds.
There is an energetic backpacker scene in Queenstown and while they may not travel in style, backpackers do end up interacting more with the locals and escaping the conventional touristy must-dos for interesting local hang-outs.
Those of us in the NCHC know Jack best for the consulting services he provides throughout our annual conferences--not as much the formal consulting that takes place in conference rooms but the kind that takes place in the lobbies and lounges and local hang-outs.
Caprice Holdings, the Company behind celebrity hang-outs The Ivy, Scott's, Annabel's and Harry's Bar, is opening a deli in Mayfair.